Antoinette Delali Kemavor crowned Miss Ghana 2015

A student of Central University reading Pharmacy, Antoinette Delali Kemavor, has won the coveted Miss Ghana 2015 crown.

Antoinette Delali Kemavor [seated] crowned Miss Ghana 2015

The runners-up were Rebecca Asamoah, a Dental Surgery Assistant at the College of Health in Kintampo and Afua Asieduwaa Akorfa, a Political Science and Theatre Arts student of the University of Ghana, who came in third and second, respectively.

For beating twenty ladies, Delali drove home the sleek Citroën C4 Aircross, and will represent Ghana at Miss World 2015 in Sanya, China.

The ladies before the grand finale had engaged in fierce competitions like the Cooking Contest, Fashion Show, Talent Hunt and many others to prove they deserve the Miss Ghana 2015 crown.

The event was filled with moments of suspense as well as excitement.


First, the number was cut to ten based on their individual performances. Those who made it gave their speeches as regards what they would do should they be crowned winner. After the speeches, the judges asked the contestants questions of which some did well while others fumbled.

The list was again cut down to five finalists namely Larisa Andre, Rebecca Asamoah, Afua Asieduwaa, Louisa Tanti and Antoinette Delali Kemavor.

All five answered the same question: “We live in an increasingly world where there is a global appeal for investment. Should you be crowned Miss Ghana 2015, what would you say to a potential investor you meet in China as you represent Ghana at the Miss World stage?”.

There were thrilling performances from Gyedu Blay Ambulley, Sherifa Gunu, Wiyaala Noella and Steve Bedie.

Other Awards


Miss Talent went to Alexalyn Naa Adoley while Larisa Andre won Miss Photogenic and Miss Gorgeous Skin. Eleanor Seku was adjudged Miss Top Model while Miss Eloquence went to Adwoa Konad. Miss Congeniality, Miss Fitness and Most Disciplined all went to Rebecca Asamoah. Eleanor Seku, Akorfa Awuma and Antoinette Kemavor won the Beauty with a Purpose award.

Emcees for the night were media personalities Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD) and Precious Bonsu.

This year’s pageant, organized by Exclusive Events was held on Saturday at the Accra International Conference Centre.

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